physic-, physico-, physi-, physio-, phy-

(Greek: nature, natural, inborn [to make grow, to produce])

The science of the relationship between psychological and physiological processes; e.g., conscious elements of autonomic nervous system activity activated by emotion.
1. Above or beyond what is physical; hyperphysical.
2. Exceeding or going beyond the purely physical.
3. Not explained by known physical laws; preternatural or supernatural.
tribophysics (s) (noun) (used with a singular verb)
The physical properties or phenomena associated with friction.
zoophysics (s) (noun) (no pl)
The study of animal physiology and form: Zoophysics deals with the bodily structure of animals and the comparative anatomy of them.
zoophysiology (s) (noun) (no pl)
The vital physical processes and functions of animals: Zoophysiology deals with the biological performance of living organisms characterized by voluntary movement, but not those of the humans.
zygapophyseal (adjective) (not comparable)
A reference to a bilateral small flat projection of a vertebra (zygapophysis): Susan read in her biology book that the zygapophyseal process of a vertebra occurs in pairs and connects or intertwines with the one above and below.
zygapophysis (s) (noun), zygapophyses (pl)
One of the articular processes of a vertebra, of which there are usually four; two anterior (in front) and two posterior (in the back): The backbone is made more stable due to projections which lock with a zygapophysis on the adjacent vertebra.